I have always used Wordfast Classic and I have started using SDL Studio 2009 recently.
I know it takes time to be proficient in another CAT tool, if you have used one CAT tool for several years.
I wonder if I can bypass SDL 2009, if I receive a sdlppx package. (The customer prefers to send me these packages instead of sending me the text file).
My idea is to:
- open the .sdlppx package with SDL Studio 2009,
- recover (import) the text (for example a .docx text),
- translate it in Wordfast
- export it back to SDL Studio 2009
- send the package to the customer.
Is this feasible? Has anyone done that?
Thanks in advance.
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